How to Style Crochet Hair Styles Curly

If you need more time to get ready for full crochet head coverage, try this chic look featuring short, layered, wavy crochet braids in different shades – the contrasting tones add visual interest while still feeling entirely natural.

Butterfly Locs with Wavy Bob

Butterfly locs, created with crochet hair, make for stunning dreadlocks on this short wavy bob by Dani T. Their side-parted face-framing curls highlight Dani T’s eyes while adding some drama and flair to her look.

Twisted crochet braids offer an effortless solution for growing out your natural hair or prefer how twisted styles look; whether you want to experiment with different color combinations without risking long-term damage, crochet braids provide a simple protective style option that lets you do both. Tuck loose kanekalon or marley twists loosely under each section for a casual style, with an added center part for more casual appeal. To extend the lifespan of your twist-outs, refresh them every few days with water or curl cream spritzes and re-twisting. This will give them fuller and tamer locks while lengthening their duration. Try pairing your twisted hair with bangs to achieve a classic 90s-inspired style for an even bolder look. This face-framing style is girlie yet adorable, perfect for showing off any facial structure. To help prevent tangled ends before bedtime, add SheaMoisture Papaya